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Race Brakes Sydney Street and race performance pad / rotor combinations as well as brake upgrades and Exedy clutch kits. Website Link

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Old 29-10-2018, 03:30 PM   #1
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Default Trying to make sense of parts

I have a 2004 ba xt 3valve v8.

Iím looking at putting the territory rear brakes on it but Iím trying to make sense of the fronts I see there is a 322mm and a 325mm front disk

So the 322mm would be a bf xr8/xr6t and the 325mm std GT?

Are the calipers the same just different disk and maybe caliper cradle

Iím looking at buying some black 322mm calipers with white ford & pbr logos and cradle brackets without the disk can I add the 325mm disk to these calipers ??
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